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R. Kelly ordered to pay $309,000 in restitution to sex trafficking victims

R. Kelly has been ordered to pay at least $309,000 (£287,000) in restitution to the victims of his sex trafficking, it has been reported.The disgraced R&B singer is currently serving a 30-year prison sentence after being convicted on charges of sex trafficking and racketeering in September 2021.Kelly – whose real name is Robert Sylvester Kelly –  has now been ordered to pay $309,068.18 to his victims, according to Courthouse News Service reporter Nina Pullano (via Pitchfork).It is said that $300,668.18 of that sum will go to a survivor identified as Jane, while the remaining $8,400 is to be paid to a woman identified as Stephanie.
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